I took a trip back to my hometown last weekend. I brought my Zoom along, as I normally do when I head to Galesburg. Many times, however, I forget about it and don’t realize I missed the chance to capture something until it’s too late! I was determined to make this trip count. I had my Zoom with me everywhere I went, and ended up with some stuff I’m really proud of. Continue reading
Happy to share that NoiseFloor handled the the sound design and mix for Injustice’s cutscenes. As one of the sound designers, creating the sounds of the of the DC Universe was an experience I will never forget! Continue reading
“I’m mixing videos for The Onion!”, Stosh Tuszynski posted on Facebook. The status received 6 likes and 2 comments the day it was posted.
“I liked Stosh’s status because The Onion is cool” one friend explained, “I’m not sure what mixing is.” Continue reading
A couple weeks ago, I had the opportunity to make a contact mic with my class at Columbia College Chicago. I’ve been interested in contact mics for a while now, but for whatever reason haven’t actually picked one up to do any recordings. So, this was the perfect kick in the pants to get to work! Continue reading
NoiseFloor handled all post-production audio on this fun twist of a holiday classic. I worked as the supervising sound editor, and had a blast doing so. Who wouldn’t have fun coming up with sound design for all of the strange things that might happen in a modern spin of A Christmas Carol? Continue reading
Fly-bys and swooshes are a huge part of sound design. While typical library solutions might work, you can’t beat originally created material. For me this is usually done by designing each sound effect individually, and this takes time. You might see how an article by Charles Deenen titled “100 Whooshes in 2 Minutes” piqued my interest. Continue reading